The world's highest peak of horse racing, the Prix de l'Arc de Triomphe, was held in France on the 2nd, and four horses from Japan, the most ever, ran, and the 11th place of the title holder was the best.
The Prix de l'Arc de Triomphe is the world's most prestigious race, held in France on the first Sunday of October every year. This year, the 101st race was held on the 2nd, on the 2,400-meter turf course at Longchamp Racecourse in the suburbs of Paris. rice field.
Twenty horses from five countries entered, and from Japan, four horses, the most ever, including the title holder of three G1 race wins and Dow Deuce, who won the Japanese derby this year, took on the challenge.
Of these, the title holder took the lead immediately after the start and entered the final straight line, but was overtaken by the following and finished 11th.
Stay Foolish finished 14th, Deep Bond 18th and Dow Deuce 19th.
A total of 33 Japanese horses have entered the Prix de l'Arc de Triomphe over the past half century, but this year they did not win for the first time.
He won the Arc de Triomphe for the first time at Alpinista in England and won the G1 race in Europe for 6 consecutive wins.